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2017 Permaculture Calendar

Our permaculture journey in images

Russ Grayson’s review of the 2017 Permaculture Calendar Originally published on the PacificEdge blog. WITHOUT DIRECTION we drift like a ship with a broken engine. With a sense of direction we move forward. But to have direction we have to know where we have come from. We have to know where we are going. The […]

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Land Cultures Event at Daylesford Town Hall

Aboriginal agricultural practice and permaculture

In the most moving event that I have ever attended, Bruce Pascoe revealed ancient agricultural practices that I had never heard of. Right here in Australia, cropping and bread making was first developed, going against all of our teachings. Why has this history been withheld from us? Like many colonised countries, Australia has a dark […]

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Ideal ethical gift to welcome in the New Year

If you haven’t already seen the Permaculture Calendar you can’t appreciate the amount of information and the motivational content in it. Each month a permaculture principle is highlighted. The calendar offers the chance to remember all the twelve by the end of 2014! This calendar is not one to throw out at the end of […]

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